Monday, November 4, 2013

Coveted 'I Voted' Sticker for NYC Election is Back!

Did you miss out on the "I Voted" stickers they were giving out at polling places during the Primary? Did you, like us, forget to ask for one and then get really bummed out when you saw all your friends wearing them?

NYC Votes and the New York City Board of Elections announced today that "I Voted" stickers will again be available at all poll sites in New York City on Tuesday, November 5.

Voters should remember to ask for their sticker at the polls! (Polls are open from 6am-9pm)

Let your friends know you voted by posting a photo of yourself wearing the sticker to social media. NYC Votes will collect photos for the "Voters of New York" photo album. Use the hashtag #IVoteNYC on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Interesting factoid: The sticker was designed by Zoe Markman, a 10-year-old Upper East Side resident. Zoe's design featuring the Statue of Liberty won the NYC Vote's #IVoteNYC Sticker Contest this summer.

NYC Votes sponsors the city’s official Debate Program and produces the citywide Voter Guide.

Go to McBrooklyn's HOME PAGE.

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